Top 10 hospitals using MEDITECH EHR
Electronic health records (EHR) are a digital version of a patient’s paper chart — and so much more. Each record contains valuable information that is used by healthcare providers in order to effectively treat patients.
Healthcare facilities may have thousands, or millions, of patient records stored in their databases. An EHR system makes it possible for these organizations to manage and navigate the massive amount of patient data they work with. Not only can EHR software help a practice save time and money, but it can also help facilities share and communicate patient info with other physicians, payors, and facilities.
The EHR market is highly competitive, and hospitals have many options to choose from. According to Definitive Healthcare data, MEDITECH is the third most popular EHR vendor in the U.S., with a market share of 12.68%. Epic Systems Corporation and Cerner (which is now owned by Oracle) take the first and second spots respectively.
Using Definitive Healthcare’s HospitalView product, we ranked the top hospitals in the U.S. using a MEDITECH EHR platform by both net patient revenue and the number of beds according to the most recent 12-month interval tracked in our database.
|Rank||Hospital name||City||State||Definitive ID||Net patient revenue||Explore dataset|
|1||Methodist Hospital||San Antonio||TX||3862||$1,924,940,160||Explore|
|2||Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center||Sioux Falls||SD||3701||$1,328,530,460||Explore|
|3||Medical City Dallas||Dallas||TX||3914||$1,122,732,893||Explore|
|4||Willis-Knighton Medical Center||Shreveport||LA||1740||$1,016,949,291||Explore|
|5||TriStar Centennial Medical Center||Nashville||TN||3746||$946,398,859||Explore|
|7||The Valley Hospital||Ridgewood||NJ||2646||$869,665,583||Explore|
|8||Medical City Plano||Plano||TX||3898||$844,096,871||Explore|
|9||Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center||Las Vegas||NV||2586||$799,753,918||Explore|
Which hospitals using MEDITECH have the highest net patient revenue (NPR)?
Methodist Hospital, located in San Antonio, Texas, ranked at the top of our list with a net patient revenue of $1,924,940,160. This facility is one of the largest in the state of Texas and is co-owned by HCA Healthcare and Methodist Healthcare Ministries.
Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center, located in Sioux Falls, North Dakota comes in second on our list with an NPR of $1,328,530,460. Rounding out the top three is Medical City Dallas, located in Dallas, Texas with a net patient revenue of $1,122,732,893.
|Rank||Hospital name||City||State||Definitive ID||Number of beds||Explore dataset|
|1||Medical City Dallas||Dallas||TX||3914||819||Explore|
|2||Methodist Hospital||San Antonio||TX||3862||811||Explore|
|3||Willis-Knighton Medical Center||Shreveport||LA||1740||686||Explore|
|4||Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center||Las Vegas||NV||2586||676||Explore|
|5||TriStar Centennial Medical Center||Nashville||TN||3746||641||Explore|
|6||Wesley Medical Center||Wichita||KS||1612||590||Explore|
|7||HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood||Kingwood||TX||3990||576||Explore|
|8||Medical City Plano||Plano||TX||3898||537||Explore|
|9||HCA Houston Healthcare Clear Lake||Webster||TX||3998||517||Explore|
|10||Halifax Health Medical Center of Daytona Beach||Daytona Beach||FL||931||516||Explore|
Which hospitals using MEDITECH have the most staffed beds?
Taking first place on our list is Medical City Dallas, located in Dallas, Texas, with a total bed count of 819. This facility also took the second-place spot in our NPR ranking. Texas-based hospitals hold five of the top ten spots. The remaining four are Methodist Hospital, HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood, Medical City Plano, and HCA Houston Healthcare Clear Lake, with respective bed counts of 811, 576, 537, and 517.
What is MEDITECH used for?
MEDITECH’s EHR software provides robust clinical charting to healthcare professionals of any specialty. Providers can access comprehensive information on patient vitals, medication history, laboratory results, diagnostic imaging, health background, and more. One of MEDITECH’s notable features is its customizability, which improves usability by allowing physicians and nurses to group relevant clusters of patient information into a single screen.
MEDITECH’s Magic is a programming language and operating system upon which electronic health records and other online health information systems are implemented. Similarly, Client/Server is also a software platform and architectural framework to store and display medical data.
MEDITECH vs. Epic?
Epic currently dominates more than a third of the EHR market. It has about 2,530 installations and a market share of 36.50%. MEDITECH, in comparison, is the third most popular EHR vendor, with 879 installs and a market share of 12.68%.
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